Founder & Medical Director,
Orthopedic Pain Specialists
Interventional Pain Management Specialist, Source Healthcare
Timothy T. Davis, MD is the Founder and Medical Director of Orthopedic Pain Specialists and is an expert in minimally invasive approaches to treat neck, back, and sports injuries. He is involved in multiple research projects using biological therapies to treat degenerative disc disease and has published and presented nationally and internationally.
Dr. Davis has been the principal investigator for multiple FDA clinical trials and was involved in some of the original clinical work studying the effects of Stem Cells on the lumbar disc. He is one of a few people in the country working on autologous stem cell harvest from bone marrow and fat tissue to treat spinal disorders and joint arthritis.
Dr. Davis is an expert in spine and musculoskeletal disorder as well as interventional pain management and electrodiagnostics to treat neck, back and sports injuries. Dr. Davis has performed extensive clinical research using biological injection therapies such as stem cells to repair damaged spinal discs as well as knee arthritis.
He has been recognized as a “Top Doctor” by US News and World Reports, and has received the Patients’ Choice and Compassionate Doctor Recognition awards. Dr. Davis is on medical staff at Saint Johns Health Center, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, and Marina Del Rey Hospital.
Recent Sessions at Neurovations Events
- Radiofrequency Treatment of Spine & Musculoskeletal Pain: Basic Principles & Clinical Applications Understanding the Radiofrequency Principles & Methods
2017 Evidence-based Regenerative Medicine
- Evidence-Based Regenerative Medicine: Autologous Derived Expanded Stem Cells for Osteoarthritis of the Knee
- The Minimally Invasive Oblique Retroperitoneal Surgical Approach to the Lumbar Spine for Interbody Fusions
- Davis, T. T., Delamarter, R. B., Sra, P., & Goldstein, T. B. (2004). The IDET procedure for chronic discogenic low back pain. Spine, 29(7), 752-756.
- Davis, T. T., Bae, H. W., Mok, M. J. M., Rasouli, A., & Delamarter, R. B. (2011). Lumbar plexus anatomy within the psoas muscle: implications for the transpsoas lateral approach to the L4-L5 disc. Jbjs, 93(16), 1482-1487.
- Davis, T. T., Hynes, R. A., Fung, D. A., Spann, S. W., MacMillan, M., Kwon, B., … & Drochner, T. E. (2014). Retroperitoneal oblique corridor to the L2–S1 intervertebral discs in the lateral position: an anatomic study. Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine, 21(5), 785-793.